A website visitor recently inquired if Remotes Unlimited could replace his keyfob. He has an older Micro Alarm system installed on a Toyota truck. He indicated that the case is broken and two of the three buttons no longer function. … Continue reading
Many GM truck and SUV keyless entry systems with model years from 2003 – 2006 used a three-button remote with FCC ID LHJ011. This keyfob has lock, unlock and panic functions and, in many cases, is user programmable.
DEI has sold aftermarket remote start systems under several brand names over the past few years. The systems branded AutoMate and Avital use keyfobs that are interchangeable for one another. They both have FCC ID EZSDEI471H and both have a … Continue reading
Directed Electronics (DEI) sells alarm systems under many brand names. The most well known are Clifford, Python, Viper, Avital and Automate, but there are others. While brands differ, in many cases the alarm system and the remote transmitters used with … Continue reading
A customer recently wrote us that she had purchased a replacement Black Widow alarm system remote control from Remotes Unlimited but could not find a valet button attached to the control module for her alarm system. This is not unusual. … Continue reading
Replacement keyfobs must be programmed before they will work with the factory keyless entry system on your vehicle. More accurately, the system must be programmed to accept the new transmitter. There are two basic cases regarding programming. Either the system … Continue reading